But, on my oath, I looked at her for three seconds, or five perhaps, with fearful hatred—that hate which is only a hair’s-breadth from love, from the maddest love!
Not a hair’s-breadth: that lady had only to lift her little finger and he would have run after her to church, with his tongue out."
They can contemplate such depths of belief and disbelief at the same moment that sometimes it really seems that they are within a hair’s-breadth of being ’turned upside down,’ as the actor Gorbunov says."
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The introductory courses are meant to add to breadth rather than depth of understanding.
a teacher must have a breadth of knowledge of the subject